Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Two tier Pineapple pudding (Serves 8)


Hey all..Following is an easy and delicious double decker pineapple pudding recipe. This dessert has a very delicate flavor as it is made from pineapple juice, which makes it different from the traditional fruit puddings. And we guarantee, this will be an instant hit in you party menu... :-)
Here is our take on this simple and yummy pudding...

Pineapple juice 3 cups
Gelatin 2 TBSP (Unflavored)
Sugar ¾ cup
Whipped cream 1 cup
Egg yolk 3 nos
Cold water ½ cup

Preparation

Add cold water to gelatin and mix well and set aside for it to dissolve. Beat the egg yolks well and leave aside.

In a pan add the beaten yolk and pineapple juice and mix well. Add the sugar. Switch on the heat (low) and bring this mixture to a boil, stirring continuously until the juice mixture is thickened (this will not get thickened like gravy, once it leaves the fluid stage remove from fire). Switch off the flame and add the dissolved gelatin and mix well to combine. Once the gelatin is dissolved with the pineapple juice-yolk mixture, allow it to cool for 5 minutes. Next pour half of the pineapple pudding mixture to a pudding pan (preferably glass pan) and let it cool a little bit at room temperature and then keep in the freezer until set. Transfer the rest of the mixture to another bowl and keep aside.

Once the first layer is set (this takes ~ 30 -45 minutes), add the whipped cream to the rest of the mixture and fold well to combine. Pour this over the set pudding and allow to cool in freezer. Later when both the layers have set, move the pudding to refrigerator. Serve chilled …

Tips

You can try this recipe with any juice of your choice
Mango and orange will yield a good pudding
Its best to whip the cream by yourself than using the store bought cool whip 
The gelatin we get in India is much stronger than the one available in US markets, hence if the gelatin is bought from Indian markets use only 1 1/2 TBSP

34 comments :

  1. Such an interesting recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Sounds easy as well as delicious!

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  3. Very easy to make and looks great!

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  4. wow yummy!!!!!!!picture shows its taste........

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  5. Super click..looks so delicious....gotta try this

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  6. Superb click. It looks as if there is no glass ware in the pic :) yummy recipe as well :)

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  7. adipoli pudding..i love pineapple. easy and elegant dessert

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  8. Double decker pudding adipoli aayittundu..It looks super-delicious!! Brilliant pic too..try cheythittu thanne bakki karyam :)

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  9. wow this looks delicious, love the click

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  10. This is so yummy and beautiful click too...

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  11. Wow wat a gorgeous and beautiful pudding..looks elegant..

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  12. Beautiful and lovely click. Looks very refreshing. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  13. Beautiful and yummy dessert... the click is really gorgeous.

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  14. looks yummy.....superb click!...

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  15. gorgeous pics and an easy recipe too...great going girls..

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  16. Adipoly photo. Kandale ariyam super duper aanuu.
    Very tempting.

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  17. wonderful looking dessert :) easy recipe too!
    Happy easter K. S's!
    God bless
    TC

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  18. woooow,,,looks beautiful n delicious dessert dear... looks very easy n to make all time,,HAPPY EASTER to you all dear,,am happy to follow ur blog..

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  19. dear,,gave ua comment but still didnt got confirmation,,so again gave u...dessert looks perfect n delicious dear,, am happy to follow ur blog..

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  20. Amme adipoli..Luv pineapple nd cream combination dear...Lovely....

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  21. oh no some one hold me..i am falling....man that pic looks sooooo mouth watering...I WANT IT NOW!!

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  22. Wow, feel like grabbing them. Awesome dessert !! Love the pineapples and the clicks !! way to go :)

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  23. This lovely.. i love pudding in any form... i may try this recipe very soon... YUMMY
    http://rumanarawat.blogspot.com/

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    kindly visit my blog if time permits
    http://mysingaporekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  25. Hi
    First time here . simply love the pineapple pudding , it looks so yummy ..perfect for summers ....

    Smita
    @Little Food Junction

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  26. thats a lovely recipe am gonna try it with mango pulp. thanks for sharing. great click as well.

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  27. wow ! i can see that this will be a great hit at parties. Nice click. So glad to see your comment in my blog and to know you tried out my recipes. Thank you kairali sisters :) Why didn't you name your blog as pappadam pazham payasam ? sounds very yummy and an instant image of that mixed pappadam pazham and payasam comes into the mind :)

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  28. interesting recipe and a wonderful blog!!

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